The Not-So-Silent Generation

From Generations Magazine Seventh Issue By Kathleen Gilmour, Contributing Writer She goes by several names: Mom, Mother, Mommy, Ma, Mum, Mama, Bubbs, Mimi. She’s our mother and she is perhaps the most important influence in a daughter’s life. Referring to mothers, the poet Robert Browning sai ...

Three Common Questions About Hearing Aids, Answered

From Generations Magazine Seventh Issue When it comes to the topic of hearing aids, it’s normal to have a lot of questions! They are complex little pieces of technology that have evolved tremendously over the years. Q: Are hearing aids difficult to maintain? A: The most difficult part abo ...

Live Well Chiropractic

Revival and Innovation From Generations Magazine Seventh Issue “To seek the highest good is to live well”, words of wisdom we can all live by from fourth century philosopher, St. Augustine. He may not have been talking entirely about health choices, but it’s that very logic, that Live Well C ...

Homewood at Martinsburg Redefining Wellness

From Generations Magazine Seventh Issue By Teresa Patterson, Associate Marketing Director Advances in health care have pushed “old age” into later decades. Not only are seniors benefitting from better health care and longer lifespans, but they have available to them more residential options. ...

Easy Summer Shrimp

From Generations Magazine Seventh Issue Summer is truly a magical time. It could be that it’s finally warm enough to see bees gently floating about the newly bloomed flowers and plan road trips to the beach. Or, if you’re a foodie like me, it’s because there’s grilling, smoking, and fireside foo ...

Support for the Caregivers

From Generations Magazine Seventh Issue We like to believe that if a time comes when we are asked to care for an elderly parent, family member, or friend, we will be able to step up and fill this role without limitations. However, serving as a caregiver can become overwhelming, both physically a ...

The Power and Meaning of Mentors

From Generations Magazine Seventh Issue By Ann M. Leiner, Chief Connections Officer of Stacey & Associates Someone recently said to me, “I like talking to you about life. I really respect you and I appreciate the advice you give me”.  It warmed my heart to hear. Only 11 years my juni ...

Juliana Street Businesses Celebrate Success, History

From Generations Magazine Seventh Issue Stroll the streets of historic Downtown Bedford, and you’re walking in the footsteps of our forefathers like William Penn, whose children lend their names to many of the streets in the beautifully revitalized county seat. The foundi ...